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HSNO Announces Quarterly Employee Promotions

HSNO Announces Quarterly Employee Promotions

As a leading forensic accounting, investigation, litigation support and consulting firm with offices in the Americas, Asia, and Europe, HSNO is proud to announce its quarterly promotions.

“A major part of our success is making sure our employees have the tools, training and support they need to grow in their careers,” said Christopher Money, Partner and COO of HSNO. “It’s exciting to watch people thrive in their roles and develop into some of the firm’s top leaders.”

At the company’s Chicago office, Christopher Draney, CPA has been promoted to Senior Accountant. Draney joined HSNO in June 2017 with prior experience at Deloitte & Touche. He holds a master’s degree in Accountancy from Brigham Young University.

Two new promotions were also announced in the Southern California offices. Robert Nelson, at the Newport Beach office, was promoted to Supervisor after three years of exemplary service. Nelson joined the firm in 2015, bringing previous experience as a CPA and from his time with Ernst & Young.

Yamin Gelert was promoted to Senior Accountant at the company’s Los Angeles office. Having worked for HSNO since 2016, Gelert’s experience includes tax accounting with the firm, Murphy, Murphy and Murphy, CPA. Gelert is also fluent in Mandarin, which is a great asset to have amongst the diverse international client base of HSNO.

“As an organization, we are so pleased to see the career growth of our employees,” said Chris Money. “We look forward to their continued advancement and the many contributions they will make toward the success of this firm.”

For more information about HSNO, including career opportunities at one of their branch offices in the United States, contact Irene Ott at; resumes may be submitted to

Craig Streiff

Craig specializes in financial evaluation of damages, including the measurement of economic damages involving employee dishonesty, lost wages & employment issues, lost profits, inventory, third-party damage claims, and personal injury.